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Meet The Father Of The Ngotso Lion Pride's Five Sub-adult Males

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It was rumored that originally there were seven Sub-adults in the Ngotso Lion Pride, but two of them disappeared about 15 months ago. What happened to...

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It was rumored that originally there were seven Sub-adults in the Ngotso Lion Pride, but two of them disappeared about 15 months ago.
What happened to them one can only guess?
Seven was seen last year (2020) on the S147?... but recently there were only sightings of Five.
Watch the 5 Brothers here: https://youtu.be/17R1urG6hYc
The two Ngotso males are still in charge, but a couple months back they were under pressure from the Ratelpan males who were in and out of their territory.
Watch them here: https://youtu.be/R-ClrI-wrOk
Filmed on the H1-4 North of Satara close to the S127 turnoff on route to Ngotso.

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